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    2. They do technically mean the same thing, but there is a difference in typical usage. “Abide by” implies more long term actions. “You must abide by the rules in order to live here”. “Comply with” is used more often in reference to a specific situation that is currently happening. “You should comply with the officers orders when you get pulled over” A sentence where both are used: “If you abide by the law you shouldn’t get pulled over, but if you do make sure you comply with the officers orders”.

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    2. 1. have the chance to give their opinion or contribute to the discussion/decision. "I want to have a say in what movie we should see" = I want to give my opinion on/help choose the movie we should see. 2. after saying something, using "having said that" shows that you know the following thing you say will contrast, disagree with, or contradict what you said in some way. "I hate sports but, having said that, I do like watching basketball." "I dislike maths. Having said that, I like my maths teacher a lot."

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